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encompass practically every denomination you can imagine, john. >> jim, you are in rome with the crowd starting to trickle in there. you have established that the pope has in a few days quite a connection with the italian people. >> i think so, yes. one of the things that has been i think quite attractive for a lot of people is the informality, his approach to people and the fact that he's been out in the crowds. of course, it's been a nightmare for the security people because they just don't know what to expect. we don't, in fact, know too much what to expect. we know the outline for the mass and we know how it basically will transpire according to the vatican, but there may be some ad lib moments. one of the things we're looking for, we haven't gotten quite yet from the vatican press office, the pope's remarks, the home homily. we've already been warned the pope might deviate and ad lib from there. we've got to do a little bit better job than reporting than perhaps the vatican press core has in the past. >> jim bittermann, we'll be back to you. everyone loves the hope who mixes it up
, just hours before governor john hickenlooper signed new gun control legislation. we'll be taking all of that in a few minutes. >>> plus, something special tonight. we conduct an informal account of u.s. senators asking whether or not they would have supported dianne feinstein's proposed ban on assault weapons. the numbers are not official and in some cases the answer wasn't quite as simple as a yes or no but we will give you those results in a few moments. i now want to turn to my panel of police chiefs in newtown, and the surrounding area, chief michael kehe, chief douglas fuchs, chief joseph gaudett, chief montgomery of brookfield, patrick ridenhour of stratford. first i'll read the names of the 35 senators who so far have told us that they oppose senator feinstein's assault weapons bill. it's important to know who they are. senators alexander, ayotte, baucus, begich, boozman, burr, coburn, cochran, crapo, cruz, donnelly, enzi, flake, graham, grassley, hatch, heitkamp, hoeven, inhofe, isakson, johanns, johnson, king, lee, manchin, lee, mccain, risch, roberts, rubio, shelby, wicker.
come in the break there. one from yoko ono. over 150,000 people have been killed in america since john lennon was killed in 1980. >> over a million. >> since john lennon, her husband, was killed. >> wow. >> shocking. >> suze orman said i agree. this is a shameful day. this will go away if people let it. >> right. >> the more people who get animated and exercised and bloody angry the more chance there is that people like harry reid will not be able to park this away. there will be more outrages this year. >> right. so, we are getting bounced back on the e-mail i gave. go to senator majority leader ory -- harry reid's website. there is a form. or tweet him on twitter. >> tweet him tonight. >> @senator reid. >> ask what he's doing. if you don't agree this is a guy you need e to talk to. he's the one calling the shots. >> knowing full well that a vast majority of americans want the assault weapons ban. he know this is. >> and background checks. >> what kind of balls does it take to stand in front of a microphone knowing 55, 65% and higher percentages on other parts of the bill want this. v
of the car and they go, i'm sorry. a mistake. >> i heard today a former british deputy prime minister john prescott who is tony blair's deputy and britain had the same thing. we were told saddam had weapons of mass destruction. that is why we're taking british troops to war. it was a completely false pretext, and i heard him today saying, well, i changed my mind now. it was a mistakech we shouldn't have done it. it's a bit late, isn't it? late in the day. tony blair is standing by what he did. george bush stands by what he did, but to say simply, well, we got it wrong. if you get a war wrong, what are the repercussions? >> unless there are repercussions, unless we do take blair and bush and cheney and these guys to task right now still. if this doesn't happen, what's the message that future presidents and prime ministers, they are like, wow, those guys got away with that. that was a bunch of malarkey. how did they ever get away with that? i think that -- >> you know, you look at iraq now. you see the kurds in the north basically have their own seceded country, their own passports and compl
beautiful mind." if you recall that movie, john nash had a whole office filled and this was true in real life, i know from knowing the people who wrote the book and interviewed john nash, and filled up the whole wall with all sorts of data and information about what was happening. so you know, all the obsessional behavior on adam lanza's part and the planning again doesn't preclude that this doesn't represent that something was probably very seriously wrong with the way his brain was working, processing information and i'm sure the video games did not help. >> very quickly, on that point of video games, a lot of parents are watching saying should we be worried if our son is playing or daughter is playing these games endlessly, violent video games, or does it really just depend on the child? are these just very unusual children that get affected? >> i'm glad you asked that. look, tens and probably hundreds and hundreds of kids, it's a multi-billion dollar industry, play video games, never hurt anybody. we talked about the supreme court case. there's not clear-cut evidence, it's really tha
was on the cusp between the great legends like john wayne and kirk douglas and burt lancaster but along was coming also deniro and al pacino but for me, i was intrigued by those guys who didn't look or they didn't sound like the movie stars were supposed to look. >> i talked to your wife on this show a few months ago. >> yeah? >> she was unfortunately very nice about you. she didn't shatter any myths. we have got a little clip to play. listen to this. >> he's always been effortlessly charming, very funny, very self-aware, very how i imagine he would be, which is unusual. >> he really is that person. the reason i had that dedication on the album is because i'll never forget, we were standing on the corner of 57th and fifth in new york or 58th and fifth, and we were holding hands, we were waiting for the traffic light to change, and he looked at me and he said you know, i just want you to know that you never have to change anything about who you are in order to be with me. and literally a wave of -- if love is a feeling or a cellular thing that happens to your body, it went through me and that's pre
tweeting a picture of john lennon's blood-stained glasses. president obama retweeted the image and this message. more than a million people have been killed with guns in america. that includes the children and adults murdered in december in newtown. among them, emilie parker killed by adam lanza. an extraordinary meeting, robbie parker and his wife sat down with adam lanza's father. he joins me now. before we talk, i want to play a video you just released in memory of emilie. it says more about the creative, charming, beautiful young girl that she was than any amount of words could do. ♪ >> okay, emilie, tell me what your favorite color is. >> pink. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ somewhere over the rainbow way up high ♪ ♪ and the dreams that you dream of once in a lullaby ♪ ♪ oh, somewhere over the rainbow bluebirds fly ♪ >> emilie says the hardest thing about being a kid is cooking by herself. when she grows up, she wants to be a cowgirl. ♪ happy birthday to you happy birthday to you happy birthday dear emilie happy birthday to you ♪ >> i found that unbearably poignant to wat
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